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Depict Land-Use Change with Time-Enable Apps

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In this project, you’ll build a web mapping application that identifies which region of Samut Songkhram province should be the focus of conservation efforts. You’ll retrieve one image for each decade since the 1970s from the Living Atlas Landsat archive for the entire study area. Once you have the images, you will alter the available multispectral data to enhance vegetation, land, and water. Then, you will configure the time animation tool in ArcGIS Online, and create a custom time-aware application for publishing your observations.

Learning Targets: 
Adding Landsat imagery to a map
Enabling and configuring time animation
Filtering historical satellite imagery
Changing band combinations
Creating and sharing time-enabled web apps
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GRACE Project
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Creative Commons Licence
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